Comparing Act Three Scene Two Of William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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In the beginning of Act Three Scene II of Romeo and Juliet, the nurse yells, "he's dead' he's dead, he's dead!" to Juliet who was thinking about Romeo at the time. What Juliet does not know is that Tybalt and Mercutio died because Tybalt killed Mercutio in a battle, which resulted in Romeo killing Tybalt. Juliet assumes the worst about Romeo since she was thinking about him. The reader can also assume that the nurse is foreshadowing the death of Romeo since she repeats the words, "Hes's dead!" three times when only two people died. The third time she says the words, she is inferring that Romeo will fall, just like Tybalt and Mercutio. The confusion grows when the nurse says, "Who would have thought it. Romeo!" because still Juliet does not
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